DALLAS -- Cleveland-based MetroHealth wants to persuade Cuyahoga County to allow it to substitute a liquidity agreement for a debt service reserve fund on forthcoming bond deals.

The council last week voted to move legislation to authorize an agreement to allow the county-owned health and hospital system to obtain and/or pledge one or more letters of credit from a bank or banks to support the system's campus transformation process.

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